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Quantitative determination of soil microflora with the Koch method. II. Effect of the duration of shaking on soil dispersion and total bacterial count and demonstration of the dispersing effect by sedimentation tests



Quantitative determination of soil microflora with the Koch method. II. Effect of the duration of shaking on soil dispersion and total bacterial count and demonstration of the dispersing effect by sedimentation tests



Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie Parasitenkunde Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene. Zweite Naturwissenschaftliche Abt.: Allgemeine Landwirtschaftliche und Technische Mikrobiologie 122(4): 386-400




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